TNT Boys return to the US version of "Little Big Shots". Photo: Little Big Shots US, Facebook

Three Filipino boys who made their name impersonating the Bee Gees have made a second appearance on American talent show Little Big Shots, and again wowed the audience with their performance.

Francis Concepcion, 11, Mackie Empuerto, 12, and Kiefer Sanchez, 12, who call themselves TNT Boys, brought the house down with a rendition of Queen’s “Somebody To Love”. A video has attracted more than two million views since it was uploaded to Facebook on Wednesday.

TNT Boys first appeared on Little Big Shots in April, when they performed Beyonce’s song “Listen”, ABS-CBN News reported.

The three boys met last year in an amateur singing competition in the Philippines called “Tawag ng Tanghalan”, which means Call of the Stage in English. The trio were then invited to perform on both the UK and US versions of Little Big Shots.

They caught the attention of music lovers after impersonating the Bee Gees in a Philippine television show, “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids”. Their performance of “Too Much Heaven” has attracted more than five million views on YouTube.

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